Say hello to Portland, Oregon. Known for its eclectic pockets and pioneering spirit, we like to think we’re helping “Keep Portland Weird” at our Kimpton Hotel Vintage. Smack in the center of downtown, there’s plenty of Pacific Northwest adventure outside our doorstep. Let’s start with mother nature. Providence Park is a short jaunt away and if you’re looking for something more grand — we’re about a 90-minute drive from Columbia River Gorge and Mount Hood. The Pearl District is a walkable area with design shops, hip bars and restaurants. You’ll also find miles upon miles of reading at the landmark Powell’s City of Books. When hunger strikes, drop by the locally-loved Blue Star donuts, a gourmet emporium for sweet treats and coffee. For entertainment, Doug Fir Lounge hosts indie bands in a futuristic log-cabin venue while the art-inclined visit Portland Art Museum, featuring Native American art and sculpture gardens. Later, sip some wine inside our cork-lined tasting room, or sneak upstairs to your room and settle in with a curated bottle of Willamette Valley’s finest. Cheers!
The International Rose Test Garden is a rose garden in Washington Park in Portland, Oregon, United States. There are over 7,000 rose plants of approximately 550 varieties.
Powell's Books is a chain of bookstores in Portland, Oregon, and its surrounding metropolitan area. Powell's headquarters, dubbed Powell's City of Books, claims to be the largest independent new and used bookstore in the world
Pioneer Courthouse Square: Also known as Portland’s living room, Pioneer Courthouse Square is right near Kimpton Hotel Vintage Portland. Spend time people-watching and just hanging out in the city’s most visited site and cultural hub, where more than 300 events are hosted each year.
A short distance from our front door are the Brewery Blocks. Home to some of the best breweries in Portland. This makes it easy to stumble from one great brewery right into another! Some of the more popular spots within the Brewery Blocks are: Fat Heads, 10 Barrel, Deschutes, Rogue and Kells Brew Pub.
Once full of industrial warehouses and abandoned railroad yards, the Pearl District has transformed to become Portland’s most cosmopolitan neighborhood. The area buzzes all day, with cafes (the coffee here is legendary, and a must-try), restaurants of all cuisines, boutique shopping, art galleries, and clubs.